George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Nathanael Greene, 6 August 1780

Peek’s Kill Augt 6. 1780


I have received Your Letter of Yesterday. When You quit the Department, I shall be happy to give You my sense of your conduct and I am persuaded it will be such, as will be entirely satisfactory. I cannot however forbear thinking that it will be unadviseable in You, to leave the Department before the success of the Letters written from Paramus by the Committee & Myself to Congress is known, and I entreat You to wait the issue of the application. I am Sir With great respect & regard Yr Most Obedt servant

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